You have choices to make after your motorcycle accident injury. You have to choose a doctor and decide how best to protect your physical recovery. Additionally, you have to decide how you are going to protect your possible legal and financial recovery. In order to make an informed decision, it is important to know what you could possibly lose if you fail to file your Virginia motorcycle accident case on time.
What Happens if You Don’t Pursue a Motorcycle Accident Recovery
Often, an insurance adjuster won’t be willing to pay you a fair recovery unless you advocate for such a recovery. Thus, if you fail to file a Virginia accident case, you may put yourself at risk of losing compensation for your past, current, and future:
- Medical expenses. This may include doctors’ visits, hospital stays, medications, rehabilitation therapies, surgeries, and other costs.
- Lost income. This may include your lost income if you are unable to work at all or if you are unable to earn the same amount of money that you did prior to your accident
- Out-of-pocket costs. Out-of-pocket costs vary but may include transportation costs and help at home.
- Physical pain.
- Emotional suffering.
- Other damages.
Without a financial recovery for these losses, your life may be very different going forward.
Call a Warrenton Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Today to Discuss Your Possible Recovery
If you’ve been hurt in a motorcycle wreck, we encourage you to find out more about filing a motorcycle personal injury case and protecting your rights. Please call an experienced Warrenton motorcycle accident attorney today at 540-341-0007 or 888-907-2631 for a FREE consultation.